CFacile 7:14PM Wed, 09 July 2014
wow Thank you! Now I will be able to post my photomanipulation on the renderosity's gallery. I was not able to reduce the weight before you talk about 'save for web'. Good job!
Zaimless 4:02PM Thu, 29 April 2010
Excellent Tut.. Thanks for all the help.. Zaimless
Str4wB34ry 6:56AM Fri, 02 April 2010
So that's how it's done! Thank you for some great guidance on thumbnail creation.
nikkis 2:11PM Wed, 30 September 2009
Thanks, thumbs always gave me soo much trouble
Epeaches 1:57PM Thu, 18 September 2008
Well done. Thank you for your clear, concise instructions and the illustrations help too ... I think I get it. Thank you again.
iridebikes6663 5:30PM Fri, 15 August 2008
omg thank you so much.
snooker 8:53AM Fri, 08 August 2008
Billwht3 5:16PM Sun, 10 February 2008
This has been very helpful. I could get the dimensions right but the filesize drove me crazy! This was quick and easy. Thank you very much!
evielouise 8:35PM Sun, 09 December 2007
It said "say something"lol So I will The way I have always made my thumbnails is== I get my image all done save it and then simple go to NEW make a new image 100X100 copy my finished image to it and paste it to thumb as new layer merge all togehter "DONE" Just food for thought its fast and easy:::thank you for you tuts its also great:
one5910 4:29AM Sun, 02 December 2007
remembering than when you do not respect rules in computer or images sizing it takes memory from your PC or Mac and it can make your machine slow but also the server and all the system can goes down. you really need all to take care of the place you use and generate. jpeg is easy and fast and almaost alway stabile. almsot all programs allowed them and the tranfer and upload is quicker. it make programmors work also more easy when the sizes are corrects. use the functions for exemple like in photoshop save or the web, try to make maps where you organize your work the ones you have in your station originals ands those resized copies for the net. avatars only work with the sizes allowed, same as the images the site is wonderfull we must keep it going thanks to all of you Oneric. I asked by mail to be sponsored by google and you tube for my blog but that means that all the work but show a little respect even in art. I did placed a link at the bottom of my blog but i think it will be better with a logo or a frame i am waiting for a respons from the site managers when they are ready i hope they give green light, bye bye www.oneric.blogspot.com
novelist 10:56AM Mon, 26 November 2007
Thank you! Clear instructions and helpful information.
SMATT 4:24AM Fri, 20 April 2007
Thank You. I used to always use the save options under JPEG low-med res till it read 15K or less but your tut sounds much better. Thanks again. Matt.
Steelwings 7:16AM Tue, 27 March 2007
Thanks so much! This was very very helpful. Now I can finally make thumbnails for images I want to upload.
stick 4:17PM Mon, 15 January 2007
I'm going to try making a thumbnail, this tutorial looks like it's fairly simple. If I can make one I can finally upload some art here. Thanks.
VJD-Communication 5:41AM Fri, 20 October 2006
G'Day Elizabyte, Thank you for the tutorial on Making Attractive Gallery Thumbnail Images. I found it very informative and much appreciated. Regards, Ian
woaryong 8:45AM Thu, 23 February 2006
TAXIFUNK 9:03AM Wed, 12 October 2005
Very good contribution done well! Not all forums have good tutorials on internal things for the forum or operation of sites and personal pages themselves. Example image ideally selected, quite a lot explained on 5 graphically clean pages with a layout accentuating only the message + illustration. Meantime I found a free tool thumbnail creator 2005 by ITSRS for those forced to avoid photoshop for just the thumb. In the gallery for personal member photos, whats new, I saw how ingenious an ANIMATED thumb .gif looks, compression to 15k was quite a success in an anim, I think. Anyway, thanx!!!